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THE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 8, 18!).').
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AT THE GllPITOL
INFERENCE REPOltf ON THE
SILVER BILL WmfiSfiSAtB.
-A hAlSSk ,s
NF VEST ARRAIQHS IT FOR ETMRN.
Free Coinage Was Promised and is
Not Provided for,
WYOMING IS ADMITTED TO STATEHOOD,
nwdteil.
Election Contests DcWed in Favor of
Bitting Demwratk Memkrs...Sie
Sense of Shame Left.
The Senate to-day, utter routine
business, took up the cDtifererico report
en the Silver bill.
Mr Vest said that he would -veto
against the report. A large majority
cf Iho Senate had voted for tho free
coinage of silver, but the conference
report absolutely did away with all Idea
of free coinage and continued, and was
intended to continue, tho system undor
which silver had been
PERSISTENTLY AND COltBTAKTLY DI3-
onAbEO
since 18T3. He was anxious to sec an
absolute parity between the two metals
as money metals. He would like to
see the time when sixteen ounces of
silver would purchase an ounce of gold,
and when an ounce of gold would con.
tlnuc (as at present) to purchase sixteen
ounces of silver. Ho Tead tho closing
clause of the second section of the con
ferenco bill- "It being tho established
policy of the United States to maintain
the two metals tm a parity with each
other upon tho present legal ratio, Or
such ratio as mav be nrovldcri bv law."
and asked why that declaration had
been inserted, why that
ETVMP SrEECH HAD BEEN INJECTED
into the stomach of tho bill. It had
been put in, ho said, for tho purpose of
saying to tho Treasury Department that
until silver came to a parity with gold
It should (my out gold and tho public1
business should bo conducted on a gold
basis. He, for one, would never vota
to maintain and contlnuo that practice.
He had never been "a silver man" for
the purpose of booming silver or of In
creasing its price. Ho was against that
and all other
FOIIMS Or SUBSIDY.
The conference bill might give an In
mated market for silver: but the prin
cipal for which the Senate voted that
the two metals should bo on a parity
li is been given away In that bill ab
ut lutclv and completely.
Mr Coke expressed Lis concurrence
in the conclusion reached by-Mr. Vost.
He Lculd not support tho conference
bill. The Senate conferrces had not rep
resented tho will of the Senate, which
had been declared for tho
Flirn A.ND UNLIMITED COINAGE OF SIL
vnn.
On tho contrary they had assented to
n bill which provided detlnltoly for the
cessation of tho further coinage of sli
ver at nil.
There was no compulsion on the
Secretary of tho Treasury to coin silver
after tho 1st of July 1601. Sl'ver
eelnace was then left to the
discretion of tho Secretary, and such
diicretlon was equal to stopping tho
coinage of silver. Ho was opposed to
tho buying of a single ounce of sliver
that was not to bo coined. Ho was op
posed to the United States going
INTO THE WAREHOUSE IIUBINEiH
for silver or for any other product. If
silver was not to bo coined, why should
It be purchased? If tho object of the
bill was to advance the money
power of silver, why should its
coinage bo stopped when coinage alone
conferred upon it tho power of money?
Two-thirds of the people of the
United States who wero in
favor of tho free and unlimited
coinage of silver, and an admitted
majority in the Senate, were chucked
at every turn by the Kxeoutlvo and by
the Secretary of the Tieasury. He
proocsed to vote against, the conference
Lill because he preferred the law as
it now stood.
Mil. SHERMAN DEFENDED
and explained the conference report.
The question had arisen in the confer
ence committee, he said, whether the
two houses could be brought to an agree
ment on the two bills passed by them
respectively.
In the first section of the conference
bill the language of the first see t Ion of
the House bill had been retained some
what, but the amount of silver to be
purchased had been increased.
J huh to his regret it had ba
fixed at a larger amount than the entire
American product of silver. It had
been made mandatory (not rwr
jj.lssive) on the Secretary of the
Treasury to buy four and a-half
Trillion ounces of silver each month,
width at the rate of $1.96 an euuee (or
16 to 1) would amount to the yearly
Issue of about 10,000,000 in Treasury
r. tcs
THE LEiiAL-TBNDBH CLAWS
in the House bill ami tk Senate Mil
bad beea soswwhat different awl
fr mw hat alike also, awl ib quaatlea
bad tome up is eo&fwwtti whether
it would be right to dfxiv elU
7?B8 of the Vakmi State of tae
rigbt to contract far paymnat of eoa
nusinol4or aaylaUV - It bad
therefore beea agisted, mm , tiutt
ae Ircaaury Bote to m issued foe sil
ver hke the silver duller on whka
It was based should be legal tastier for
in. debts, publte awl private, oatew
wLtre uiUerui sttpuUtkd fat tfc cob
tract That aataa dates waa to b
f and in the Btaad Wit
htrl other Sana tors took part Ut
tit debate
ki i ooucs us atnam c.
At o'clock the silver qiiiinsinn hi
tLt Senate wae 1U 0r wMK Va mm
row and tk Sustain iiroaaadid waNs
i uioies oa the tab HanamniH S.
(.s
.timed is y&miaf Onmc, mm
lattiy alto tk Mourn ommmi Mm.
tx, per of. ArlMMH Nii P t
it ., t Tlrti it ii . 9t
bt in,; tactic to tar wvmA )mmb.
.l,1 the tut butUeas ak day Mew
Li ,.urul Is icd wiii be a roll caitt to
iiiiup a quorum
1 ut- s-peakt equaled lM las' mmm-
'.- J uu u.tioo of air. afcVMy
i "Liu . cj.11 of tha Uott
iuJ UuebubJrud aad eUUiy-Ioai
ttuLiia uw treti to their ases Hid
ti ji-mmiul .iiiiJy' pt
tLle aJi.l-uU Welti
u ile Ho-st bill fur the
t n Male of W ouiiat.
. ., u.utiu vt Mr CvEmm (4 Mtea
r . - ua.it nmrndwMota w evs
. iu to tse Isouae UM caaaatag riral
,. a . (in. ..bh iLs United Suts uuli
maji'itBji
oiMissiaiBad
aaalMaea
tary reervatlfn at St. Augiwttae, Flft ,
to the Jacksonville, St. Augustine arid
Halifax RfVer llailfoatl Ootawny, and
m mothm of m, CarSJ of Wyoftifr
im amend rrrents were coneKtTen
in to House bill for the disposal of
abandoned mllltaTy rewmtrww iaWyo
mlnf. The Stacker., hilnf laid befora the
HitWMnikte Mil tt adopt ftfilHrtrt
for preventing collisions at tea, Mr.
Dlngley of ataine aaked fot lt Imtt
dlate pastnge.'
. Mr. Cannon of Illinois asked him to
withdraw bis rttfhest, as ho bUftft
tTt to rnkt f tm Ihe Cbmtrtftfee ob
Rules relative to the "Original PacK
age" bill.
Mr. Dinsjley thereupon askexl that
the bill bt onfered pf IntW and remalfl
upon the Speaker's table.
Mr. Cnmmlngs of New York ob
jected, saying that the saving of life at
sen was more important than the pass
ing of n bill for the benefit of prohibi
tion tranks.
To Amertit the jnterstnte Ltw,
Tho Committee on Congres? to-day
reported a bill to amend the Interstate
Commorco law so as to pormtt railroads
to grant reducetl ratos to parties of seven
or more.
Free'ColnnRe'WABtei!,
It Is gertotally tintlersteod that the
Democrats will oppose' the Sifvet bill
when tho conference report Is prosonted
to the House, unless eomo provision Is
made for free coinage. The Republi
cans have failed to keep their Dromlsos
In this respect and the bill will be vig
orously opposed.
i
Conteiteit Election Cities,
Two more contested election cases
were decided by tho House Committee
on Elections to-day. These were tho
cases of Hill (Rett) against Catohlnga
(Dem.) froin tll6 Thlhf Jflsslsslppl dis
trict, and Kcrnaghan (Rep.) against
Hooker (Dem.) from tho Seventh Missis"
slppl district.
In each caso tho commlttco decided
In favor of the Democratic conteste'e.
Tho caso of Goodrich vs. Bullock,
from tho Second Florida district, was
discussed by tuc committee, but notion
on it was postponed for a wcok.
Tho Republican members of the
committee seemed to be In favor of
scaling Mr. Goodrich.
Representative Lacoy was'dlrocted by
thb commlttco to notify Representative
Srccklnrldgo'of Arkansas and his at
torney, eX-Attorney-Qonerril Garland,
to appear before the commlttco on
Tuesday next to make final argument
In tho contested-election caso of Clay
ton vs. Breckinridge.
Charge Aclriit tho Appralaer.
The Scnato Committee on Finance
met this morning to consider tho nomi
nations of the live general ap
praisers sent to the Senate recently
by the Fresltlcnt. Telegrams wfcro
laid before tho committee from New
York Importers urging tha'commlttco
to suspend action on the nominations
of Messrs. Sharp and Jewell of New
York pending the filing of charges
of Incompetency. All of the nomina
tions wore allowed to go over tempore
rlly. Tho committee will hold u spe
cial meeting, probably ou Thursday
next, to considor them.
WANT REDUCED RATES,
The
Interntnta Commerce ComtnUilon
Should Follow Ita l'lmllnct.
Aldace F. Wnlkor, attorney for sev
eral railway companies, appoared bo
fore the Interstate Commerce Commis
sion this morning in tho matter
of alleced excessive freight ratos
and charges on food products
to show cause why an order should not
be made by the Commission based on
the findings and conclusions contained
in Its recent report to the Scnato on the
subject.
Mr. Walker argued that If tho con
elusions referred to were carried Into
effect they would produce tho following
results;
First. An Immediate reduction of
more than ten pej cent. In the present
emergency tariff rates upon corn from
the States of Kansas and Nebraska to
Mississippi River points, and of nearly
ten per cent, in like raloa to Chicago.
beconti. a reuuction oi more man -u
pei
La:
r cent, in the rates upon oats and
rlev from the same States.
Third. A reduction even larger than
the latter in the- rato upon wboat from
the same States to the same points,
amounting to nearly 30 per cent from
all points in Kansas and Nebraska.
Fourth. A very material reduction
in the rates upon all kinds of grain and
will products from all points In Kansas
to all points In the State of Texas.
Fifth, Reductions of about fifteen per
cent. In rates on corn and much more oa
wheat from the Missouri River and
points in Iowa to Chicago and Missis
slppl River points.
blxth. A very material reduction in
all grain rates from South Dakota,
North Dakota and Minnesota.
Seventh. The establishment of the
proposed rates as permanent maximum
rates, without regard to powtble future
coalitions.
Eighth. The astablUhmeat of aa
arbitrary lule, under which oats, rye
and barky shall always reoaCve the
same rates as corn, awl the rate upoa
wheat products shall be about afteea
per cent, higher.
A Woiuau' Sudden Death.
At 7 o'eiack this awning a color!
woman died very suddenly la the yard
la the rear of bar hoaae la Willow Tr
alley. Her aae was Ltwiada WaUaee.
She had beea cosaplaialaic of faaUaz
uawell for soma tine aad laU algal
she stUfeMd coasluVrably from ta haat.
Her death is supposed to kav resulted
frost natural causes, but tae Coroaar
was BOtiftiL
Warring Upon Vellqy Sleu.
Pctiv! Ilontt tab aJlataeoa ar
rested Isaac Healia aad locked alai
up ia tke Sixth I'jadact. llaketiaHWri
with beiag the backer of tlie Norfolk
aad Yirgfiia Policy Ooaiaaay. wMefc
k kaowa aa a bogus orgaataaatoa
Ikulbaa is $e tuaa wkw igttaM soma
vrkat la tha Block attuiavitt bators Uw
DIstriBt ITaaiaiiiiioasra
HaU Overall Old LauJuuIc.
A bUl la eqwHy of Ittaalktia A.
Oaugay vs. Isaac Wiaatoa waa ikal to
day prayiag that a iuewm ba tsattsal for
tiia aaW of tae proaarty at Stxik strata
ad Peaaylvaoi aveaue, aa old la4
aaark, at tkat Robttit Holtaataa ba r.
uuir4 by order of taaoourt to acoouat
fat tit raws eoUxctaa' frosa W
projiwty.
PtOjAiataU v tfcw Um.
AaAvew Browo, colored sa,
WW
utustraAad t tf eastmt of EkvoatH ad
I t-Biaa ikia nfiMwna by lha aaaa.
lb wk takes u riut riiimaafiv Hoa
fatal aai fseaa tkara lo kaTaoaaa. Wn
me H sues! Tfcia W tkfl oaJy am
Otai 1m hum aaportoi t saattftMaw
aW
1 faArty-ifrfrfr, Vat.a9ifflifi.aliiilff '
SpttUi kaMuarr o tktt OWaWii
debater tea a bwga -Uw
t hwiks mi agatteatea tal aiwr
v.va bu art apftcaatr foe tae
t, -;kas iH..,ited iajtftWrday'iKiUUi'.
TO DETERMINE HIS SANITY.
I'reiterlok T. nnit Wilt tie Snt forb
l'hllnTtclphMnfi.
A rttnrnamttlFrWeTlck T. Rust wft
fnken IntB cnstBKty yeKTettay afternoon
ad locked up si tM Sxth Precinct
until an InvesthtfiHon curl We made.
Rait arrtvetl ih tBVUy testerttoj aM
refisteretl at the Belvedere Hotel as
frSm Fhllatlelphla. Hft strange ae
tInB attrlwtbd attention, and the opin
ion seemed to prevail that he was not
in his" right hi I nil. The Clerk at the
botel had noticed that a taan of th6
same name had disappeared from the
KIrkbrlde Asylum in Philadelphia, and
he communicated this Information to
Officer Jamleson, wlio kept a watch on
the man, and subsequently tdoft him to
Police Headquarters. Rust claims that
he Is perfectly sane, and that he has
been confined in the asylum for seven
teen yiars, so that others could have
Ihe use of the large property wfiloli It
flwns.
Inspector Swlfklloa this n6rnlhg re
ceived a telegram from the Home for
the Incurable Insane In Philadelphia,
requesting him to retain Rust In cm
tot fy as they would send for him
at onco. The man was, no
doubt, on his way to Staunton, Vn.,
whore he formerly lived. Not much
credence Is placed In his story, that ho
is bolhg forcibly retained in the asylum
because others want the use of his prop
erty. TDE FRIENDS OF ZION.
Their Tronhle Tnrlher Ventllnteit hy
the Defcndnntt' Answer,
In the matter of the cause In equity
of the Association of tho Friends of
fcion the Joint and separato answer of
the defendants, Andrew Jackson, L. W.
Jackson, John Thornton and Grogg
Washington, has been filed, In which
they deny that the persons named as
trustees In tho bill filed arc tho duly
elected and lawful trustees, or that they
havo any right whatever In the promises.'
It Is admitted tho residence of said
parties Is correctly alleged, but denied
that tho association was duly Incor
porated under section C33, Revised
Statutes of tho United Statos, and that
the persons named In said bill nro the
duly olected and lawful trustees of any
lawfully created corporation. The ex
ecution of the deed from Richard
Barry's widow and heirs Is admitted, and
that the complainant Is tho successor of
the Association of the Frfends of Zlon
Is denied.
"HER HEART'S BLOOD."
Sjrlm Jncknon Went Looking for It
nnd Lnmled In Court,
Sylus Jackson said, "I want some
body's heart's blood, and I propose to
havo It to-night." This expression
brought Jackson Into the Police Court
this afternoon, charged with making
threats and carrying concealed weapons.
"When Jackson passed this ugly re
mark ho flourished a ra.or and n pistol
around to give stress to what he said.
Ho was looking for his wife, Jlarv,
from whom he had been soparated for
some months, and it was her heart's
blood that he was after.
Jackson Is n hod-carrier by profes
sion, but since learning that there was n
warrant out for him ho has kept In
hiding nnd Ofllcer Apploby only caught
him after a good chato.
Judge Miller required htm to give n
two-hundrcddollar real estate bond.
Jluttillnc 1'crinlK.
Permits to build have been Issued ta
AVlllIam II. Johnson, one one-story
brick, nllcy roar of Johnson avenue;
cost $200. Alex. Sillier, build an en
trance corridor to club house, south
cast corner of II street and Madison
Place northwest j cost $230. C. Griilln.
Improve o20 and 022 Four-and-a half
street northwest; cost $175. Thos.
Maloney, Improve northeast corner
Fourteenth and P streets; cost ?200.
Joseph B. "Williamson, build a third
story to 1225 Thirteenth street north'
west; cost $030. Wra. H. Campbell,
four two-story and basement brick
dwellings, 145 to 151 Carroll street
southeast; cost fll.OOQ.
Kennedy Held for Trial,
Kavanausb Kennedy, who assaulted
J, F, Manning in a barber shop on
Sunday at Atlantic city, waived a hear
ing yesterday and was released on ball
for trial at tho September term of the
court at Slay's Landing. W. W. Al
lenger, a Baltlmoreau, went ball for
Kennedy, and Manager Colen of Adams
-tixprew company, fur Planning to ap
pear as a witness. Kennedy left for
Washington, but Manning still remains
at Cape 3Iay.
- !-,.
Conilderable Ilooty Obtained,
Some time during last night the store
of Charles T. Carter & Co., at No. 006
Pennsylvania avenue, was entered and
125 worth of pen knives, $12 in money
and a quantity of postage stamps taken.
Bntranee was effected by openlaga win
dow in the second story and going
from there to the store-room below.
No clue has been obulued as to the
thlavee.
In Hehair of the Miller.
F N. Judsoii of St. Louis, attorney
for the millers of Missouri ami Kansas,
appeared before the Interstate Com
Birce ComiaUsioa to-day to make
arguHseal for the plaintiff ia the case of
the Kaurfmaan Milliag Company vs.
the Missouri Pacific Railroad.
Kxeur.luD to TulebMter lltaeb.
The FifiUM-yivaBia Jtaihraad Conum?
aaaaaaee taut taay hW nui auotaar ax
eurtioii freaa WaaWagtea to Toirhaitiir
Baack oa TUurJy, July 10, at Um rata of.
$1.36 lor tae rouad trip, uwhidiag a d
Hgklful Uk8-rtd aero tfaa icW
tyaia wffl laav Baltiamrf aua Itasoatae
StaUoa, alxUi aiul B ttraels, WaiUagtoa,
at 9 a. m. Keturauw train will arriva ia
WaaUagtow jJmmw p. m.
Whera JuUce Ctox Wilt Suur
Juatke Cox of tae Equity Court will
iaw to-jaarrow for W auuuuar vaca
tioa at Karragaafctt Ilar. x-Qoraor
aaai ax-uaMcu ii nmc oi
of Hkode Islaad is aow chief of
tkaff.
.14wlal Ut Me lUr.
UlKiKM Qi yflHftfB G (Jl)aOaW 64Q
Waaaa aA aaaV bfaattaaaaal fi IMUKll Ifl Ad
"pa " ,W qgglWPP a psaaig ana
Sttpp9 UMut ot tfce Oitltitat oC
Ollfllsallaaiat
UWtt US AaaaVital U JgltA HCir t UaV ttif
HrAiti Vratafi Ysaaaa raWaat ttiraii
taaaaat. r w
'UgUFaAifM lSKtaUtaaal IBaaatt U&Uili. Id-tisaVir
sssapaMpgaMr aanaaiaaaisssjp- (saw aasa qna
teFiaakW. ht'kriiit-it uf TratMt1ftn
aad latfn II " Tiiif TtiwrriTrryi"'
tffnMP JtaWWn WWWPaw WbW flaHawy " IWl
aota ofVaaaiagtoa. D. C.
Ugyte MaACtraaat ItLi taWauBBaL
1 1 llrhiiatsaT aaaatrii gBfil laatfeaBBai laaf tafllV
taawal.-r.
ata. ui. oa
, July w-
ia.
at wawMtwn wrnmaa
Civil Kvriteti Uowysaiaiawar Tuoaw
8
aMaaiiaBBBUUI att ithtBY aaaaaV ?OV. 5aW
k
TLt uiii iftettauig drUik ou can got U
Ki.li.it itiUcr't YldM.a Bo.bUit Br
mi NARROW ESCAPE
In a Serlons Wreck on the Ontnrlo nml
Western Knllrond.
NrwBERr.is, X Y.. Jnhr 8. Tlwre
to ft swrtons wrecks tk Ontario al
W&fWli Railroad at GliletB atont oti
mile et of Sidney, ysillrtltSy aftr
nootf. The mall train Jft 1. ln
a coach on milk train No. 0, demolish
log It and disabling the enilne on the
express. The Ret. Jacob Freshtfmn of
New York was badly cut abotit the
head. Francis Emlleett of the editorial
staff of Outing was slightly Injured, but
continued his journey to the Adlron
dacks.
Dr. F. B. Russell of Stateri Island,
surgeon of the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad, and Master Frank O. Gannon,
son of Frank Gannon, superintendent
of the Southern Division of the Balti
more and Ohio, wens on the train, but
escaped without Injury. Dr. Russell
fiuriished Vnluablo assistance to tho In
jured. The coach on the milk train
was telescoped with the express car, but
none of the six passengers were seriously
hurt.
Tlrlckinjers Unit Work,
Boston, July 8. Yesterday after
noon the forty six bricklayers who had
returned to work for Norcross Bros, on
the Exchange building, StAto street,
struck again, asserting that Superin
tendent Clarke had not set tho Italian
tile-layers to carrying the hod, as had
been ogrecd. Subsequently a laree
meeting of bricklayers was held, and It
was voted to call all masons off of Nor
cross Bros', jobs In Boston. Tho oft!
cers or the union were Instructed to re
quest Secretary O'Dea of tho Brick
layers' International Union to have nil
bricklayers on Norcross Bros', numer
ous jobs called out, The firm is stated
to have large jobs In nearly every 8tal6,
and a strike of their employes might be
of national Importance.
Itonre or Labor Itcdncett,
Boston, July 8.--A largo number of
the coopers of Boston and Its vicinity
have obtained the nine-hour labor day,
without reduction of wages, to obtain
which they organized thrio months ago.
At a meeting of L. A. 4030" last night)
their committee reported that tho
following ale brewers' hod conceded
the nine hours with ten hours' pay:
Ruebtor& Co., John R. AlleV, Kenny
& Co., McCormack & J. Souther. Tne
logcr beer brewers have not been heard
from, but they nro expected to grant
tho demand. t
Mr. Cinthlns'it ltelntlen Deny,
Boston, July 8. Tho relatives of
Sirs. William B. dishing In Salem nnd
Chelsea, Including her sister, Sirs.
Batcheldcr. pronounce tho Malno
woman claiming to bo Mrs. Cushlng an
unmitigated fraud. Mrs. W. B. Cush
lng, mother of Lieutenant Cushlng, Is
living In St. Joseph. Mo., at tho ago of
c2, and has not been East for years. She
is not In need of pecuniary aid, bolng
well off In this world's goods, but now
In poor health.
Flnnnclnl Troubles Und In Halclde,
5Io.nticei.lo, N. Y., July 8. Tho
body of Mrs. George Dorler was. found
In tho BcavcrsklU Creek Sunday, she
having evidently committed suicide. A
few moments nftor the discovery of her
body hor husband shot himself doad.
The couple wore about to opon n boarding-house
In tho Sullivan County trout
icclon. It Is supposed financial troubles
led to their sad ending.
Wero They llnrued to Death t
roHTLAND, Me., July S A special
to tho lrwr from Rockland says two
young men of Cushlng attended a dance
at Union Hall, In Friendship last Thurs
day, and as nothing has been heard of
them It Is thought they perished In the
flames when the hall was burned that
night.
lllc Advance In Gold.
Bubkos Ayiibs, July 8. The pre
mium on gold advanced to-day from
175 per cent to 103 per cent.
THE FAMODsTuiTEAU JURY.
Some rulie Krport Corrected One
Dead and One Iniane,
il'arilNfl JXmttA to rhlUiiMpMi ll9
ISutUliH.
From time to time reports have ap
peared In and out of Washington news
papers relative to the famous jury
which convicted Char)ee J. Guiteau,
the assassin of President Garfield.
Some of the reports were most exagger
ated, one being to the effect that nearly
all the jurymen were either dead or In
sane. Such is not tba case, nowever.
Qnly one of-tbe jury, Thomas Heinleln,
Is dead, who passed away about a year
after the trial. Another, Michael Shea
ban, is in the insane asylum. The jury
was as follows: JobnF, Hamlin, fore
man; Frederick W. Brandenburg,
Horace J. Bright, Charles J, Stewart,
Thomas II. Langley, Michael Sheahao,
Samuel F. Hobbs, George W. Gates,
Ralph Worraley, colored, Willard n,
llrawnar, Thomas Heinlein, Joseph P.
Prather.
All of tha jurymen living, with the
exception of the unfortunate Sbeabia,
who is hopelty iasane, are la this
city, soaae doing well aa mafebaats aad
others following their raspeetive bul
aea avocatioaa. Sheahaa, while oa the
jury, soese of his eoatpaaioBs say, was
very quiet, and of a melancholy, ua
eonaualeaiive uianosiiloa. Ha ia a
quiet, uarskie pauaat ia the aayluui.
Ia a Btodett looking hotel ia Sixtk
street U to be saaa tho photographs of
tbe twelve jurors, which repoae ia a
haaiiseiae fnuae.
Mr. J oka P. Haailia, foitaaaa, said,
ia paklag of taa trial "Tae ciuaatioa
for ike jury to decid was-. Ott Guiteau
know tie ottiereace betweea right aad
vtroagV We coactuded that wtaeake
aaot tae FteaideBt he did know
rigiU fwn wioag. He had laid ia wait
before to assassinate kirn aad did sot
execute hi puruiise bocauae ike Prosi
dcat waa wit hie wtxa. Thea he
waked at tae depot aad deliberately
abet kia victim. We roarlihtol tae
wttoaer xeaaoaaiate for kU actJoae, We
could aot deckle otherwise.
Mr. B Jajuiaaoa, a stereotype of
tkiadty. eea ia r poaaeaaloa tne aat
teacd bullet that wa tired iato the vaa
at Guiteau by Joa. It h a large as
a salver half dollar sad wet jrlie twice aa
MiuctL Juaetttvea aear WaaMagten.
iisi-Hjti iTftsiafanij
Am t. Pt,uiWpUi BuaenL
The rirpwbthia orgae are to he cj
trajulatid oa their aice f'W'i1 Xn
atiipJiaaiioii. ia i tmlr wMslatf Myot
Graat'a raacal of f MMa to his god
chUd aaa ia aiNattJtaa the aniailriin nt
i nil ii iipm. m nspaiFpvnansii ap ""pjais"'"
wile a haadsoeaely furaiahed Oajae Mv
eoMage.
-
'Yea, air. ay fMaat carriea ihoaaaail
T JsssBWsgassji r- na 'VaWajgaWagf lspsa
wfcaary day.''
w "Miijii thP auhaag. I , gt a
-.
ftjU-bti yAy nys iiaifciTn l k
s"v risagf gf 9HMMMaps Vflala
h. O. exeaoeua i aaw
uua, u . 4. o. ataiOoa i pTu.
T . kt uvd thr daja, $3 50.
PRINTERS ARE AKPGRY,
And Will Oet Oat New DlrBtfttery or
New Turk Cttjr.
New York, July E. .1. Drnnat,
fttettrlent of TyrgrapMcal Unfow
jfo. , ys that the unlrm here will
inake evwy effort to -tefent th Trow
Cfy Ditttlory Company. ftatnfM
have already been taken to start a new
city directory next ypr, whenls the
Interests of tae labor will be ewmiltwl.
The Trow Company, he said, amrotincw
this year that their directory wilt be put
at $7 50, Instead of f. as heretofore,
on account of the Increased coat of com
poMtleu, whereas their preAnt move
kas ltn to get their cotndosltlon done
twenty per cent less in Chicago.
'It will really cost them moTe," 3Ir.
Dnmar remarked, "because the amount
In dispute originally did not exceed
?O0; that much the cempany b al
ready spent In their endeavors to avoid
union wages of this city. Whether
they get their directory out or not. It
will cost them a gntnl deal mflto than
they ever figured on. The situation,"
he concluded, "just now Is whether
they will be able to get men enough In
Chicago to finish their wflrk, for the
tmlon there Is worklne with rrs."
CADSED BY A CIGARETTE,
It Wnn Lit In n Ilnr Field, and My
Coat a Lite.
Caiujslk, Pa., July 8. David Stnnf
fer, living near Hagerstown, was fright
fully burned yesterday afternoon In a
singular manner, nnd will probably die.
Btauffer, while crossing a field of new
mown hay, lighted n cigarette. Ho hold
the match In his fingers until It burned
llicm, and he was obliged to let it drop
on some dry hay.
The flrd spread rapidly and Stnuffer
fought the fire until he wits exhausted
nnd became unconscious, remaining in
that condition for several hours. He
was terribly burned about tho head nnd
.body, as was also his mother, who,
with neighbors, ran to his assistance.
About ten ncrcs of hay was destroyed,
but by putting n couple of horso rnkes
In tho field and olcnrlng the path of tho
fire of the dry hay It was gotton tinder
control.
Serious llrenk of n Dam.
Catimjn, NriV, July 8. Tho dam at
Prices Lake, between Washoo nnd Car
son, broke on Sunday night, causing a
flood thirty feet deep and one hundred
feet wide. Tho flume was carried by
the water into tho fields two mllos away
and snnd was piled up on tho Virginia
Truckco Railroad track, delaying pas
Ecnger trains twenty-four hours. Tho
water flowed off Into Washoo Lake and
did no further damage.
STECIAT. NOTICR.
ft33B7NOTICB-TIIK ANNUAL MKETINO
:ss' of the Btocknoldera of he National
Vnlon Iniuraoce Co. of Washington for tha
election of director will be held at tho offleo
of the company HONDA Y.JULY H,1W.
Toll open from 1 to 3 o'clock p. m. NOllLE
P.LAHNElt. Becrttary. Jy,7t
est
CIIAltTEHKD lit CONOHB98 1818.
FHAMCLIK IZUSUHAXCE CO.
OF WASHINGTON, D. C.
CAPITAL AND SUDrM-'a, faK). Has
never comeMed a Iom by Are. but always
mskes protnrt and liberal adJimtmooU. Dr.
Daniel If. Clarke, pres't: George E. Lemon,
vlce-prw't; CbarlesS Dradley.trean.il. Fen
wlek Yvunp, lec'yi Will I". Dotaler, ww't
eee'y. liiw.m
KST TEMI'OKATtY OFFICE OF THE
WASllINOTON LOAN AND TJtUST
COMI'ANY.
1001 F street n.w.
CAPITAL JI,OC0,0O0.
This company Ihim certlflontM of derKHlt
bearing IntereU at follows: Oa all amount
deposited for ninety days or more, butler
than rlx mf.ntln. a per cent- per annum; 31
per cent, on depwlti for more than six
montbs. but lew than a yearandt percent,
on deposits of one year or longer.
Secured InrettmeDls for sale.
Jloney loaned.
W. U. llOUIbON. Sec. H. II. WARNER.rres.
DIHECTOBS:
Charles B. Dalley. fieorge F. Sebafer,
Jame 1.. Darbour, John A. Hamilton,
George E. Uartol, T)ioma Vemenrllle,
Klebard W. clay. Jobn A. Hwope.
Horace S. Cuminlncf, J. 8. Strornwledt,
J. J. Darlisirton, Hattereley V. Talbott,
Jobn Joy Edion, Reorg Trueedell,
Cbarlea J. Faulkner. D. H. Warner,
Albert P. Fox, A. A. WtUon,
O. c. Green, L, I). Wise.
William U. Garley, R W. Woodward.
.John D. Lamer, Ckaa. DesJ. Wllklaaoa,
A. 8. WortblBgtoa.
rJ. VT1LUAM LBB
(6uoeeor to nenry Lee's Soae).
UNDERTAKER.
SKI'A.AVE.N.W..
South BUe.
BraacliOaKe,46MaryUJave. w.
"DR. WniTE,
CIIinOFODIST,
...a ...-.. ... ..uult. l,llAv.td TTaial
Thousand, from far aad aaar vferit Dr. tvtate
ror relief from and avoklaaee of eorua, boa
lone, dleeased nail aad all otber foot
trouble. Hours, 8 a, m. to a p. ra. Su
day. 9 to 18. EiaWIe4 Ml.IAM.fl.
SiTFOHSBEH(i MURHAY,
aK Ageutu In WaWagtoa for
THE WOiTTIBK ELEYATOH
Of Uottoa.
THE BUST ELEVATOR IN THE WORLD.
Over 40 bare beea put la tot bo bMtbulbt
lag In W atblagtoa la ttw Iat two years by
u.
Etllnaiea proaintly faratobed. Abo agaats
for tbe vVortblnKtoB steam PutBehu Maebio
ery. AIo General MscbluUt aad EaaMN.
A farae toek of BasiBM aad Boitan, Pb4
and Bavatard oa baad.
Wreroau frottWt to Wi Savaata straat
southwest.
KSJi LADIBfe! LADIES! LADIES!
-& iinj. MeCafferty bi tae oaly bat aad
bosset-f nuae naauiaatarar ia tke etoy. Call
asd ee kr uw bar-wi. Btawu; and
presOoe. buaw aad Ittt bat altatad to the
lateat atyiM. OrJa prowjaSly aUaadad to.
WWGMreata.w.
3Dr--WHY NOT HAYS YOUR SHIKTtS
(K-ti" idbyoeoi tbaiaua cela br-U-t
cutteM I. AsMfWat PrioM mmm aa tbo
taiiU-r-le tutuar ebanja. f. T. HALL, 9M F
foil SALK MISCELLANEOUS.
A.iHtrtUtHnn'4 iUr tXU XumI, fear Umier
Utt, c4Mit tar m huurMm: Atmltjmrtknt,
TTOK L-S-aFriAL ST Alt, 1MCH.
, rc, i U.k. -bw-ataiy ym
:
CUUK1KY KHAL HBr.VTK.
T6r.Ai,-AaocT Acataa. qk r
I' b exuiadud. on ttia li-a of tha okiu-
aow ea d ' "Ed iewood ." a oom4 oyport oulty
' T"-1 '-' ",' - , -- -
HUiiKV TO I.tlAN.
M OSKY TO LOAS OS 1WAL IttTATg m
ttt ol MxauiUaa at kwt rales of
eaat. aalaj what aauarttfb u-l-
TO LOA OX a SBCVMrTY.
1 I-"-" m AJJL BJ
it mm on usuu iwats mxmm,
t s um m cir.
U M PAftKBIi,
Ml
MOKBYTOLOAS
la a-u-i w autt
'".it.g'
JOHN P. AQJMEW &. OQ
whotoiflitf turd Bftn.t itiifctff to
k-M-d-t n Cmmk'i Ch ChL
j OTIIClt 1U V ac Cuc:ura uj
Tl ' b . 1 i
AI0I
4ls. -a-va
I mmmmmmm . ' '" "" '
Ml am. miKnuHinUUIH
glrM,;gy"
USaiSMi m i
Indigestion
' '"'' uiiiium 111 . 11 .1
IS not finlv a dlstfpsrttii; rottiplfttfif , of
1 ltrlf, bnt, hy caning tho Womt to
bfoTn depTare antl thi system r-n-fMMed,
is tt parent of Innumerable
MMtlotMeft. That Ayer's Sarsnrmrillft
is the beat cure for Indlcmiton, even
whn eowpMtated w 1th Urvr Comphvint,
ri proved by tJ foHowl t twtrm wy
from Mrs. Jos Lak, oi MrOckway
Outre, Mtch.:
"Ltv-r rowpiatttt ami imiigMtton
tnaA my life a b-nlen anH ct-e near
ontfrng my exjatanw. For more than
four years I snftered nnf old agony, waa
reduced almost to a skeleton, and hardly
bad strength to drag ysalt about. All
kttrds of fo1 dhtrwed me. and only
the moat dellrato ronld be dtaeatad at
all. Within the time menSoned several
physicians treated m without giving r
ltef. Nothing that I took semed to do
any permanent good until I commenreit
the use of Ayer's Saraptirilla, which
baa prwlncd wonrerfnl results. Soon
after eotnrnewflng to take the Bar pa
rilla I eonld hee an Improvement In my
comlltion. Jly appetite Iwtran to rturn
and with It came the ability to digest
all the food taken, my strength im
proved each day. and after a few
months of faithful attention to yottr
direction. I found myself ft wMl
woman, able to attend to all household
rtntie. The metllcine has given mo ft
. ia nf nr
IldT icnsv v ,..w.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
"4
rntfiniD nr
Dr. J, C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
1'itte Its l bottle, S. Wertb S a bettle-
nDUCATlONAT..
s
T MARY? FEMALESEMINARY.
ST. MAItY'S CITY, MD., eommenees Its
46th vear OCT. 1.
1i,ll.., UVUI1IICUVC3 l
nitrnctlon thorougb.
Term tnoilcrate. Address tne prlno).
pal, miss A. k. TUUMA3. iy.taw.m
qiUE NORWOOD tNSTTTUTB.
JCrtreetfrom a prlrof Mter:
"In reply to your request for my advice ai
to a good fohool for your danghter, I pan
with confidence recommend Mr. and Mrs.
Cabell's Norwood Institute. In Washington.
D. C. The ftandnrd of scholarship there U
high, Iho Instruction thorough and tho Influ
ences good. , L. y. C. Limn,
Jnstlce U. 8. Supremo Court,"
The fr.hoolornsHcr)t.SO. naMtf
tVANTKii iir.r.f.
AdtrTtltrmmtt xintir Ml lund, four Unit cr
ut, einti for tm Inttrtlon: BO unti for thru.
WANTED-A WHITE OIHL FOR GBN
eral bonscwork In a small family,
roan, wife and boy 8 years old: German pre
ferred; to the right party a pleasant homo
and good wages assured. Apply at No. 1000
o st n w. -
WANTED-BY A GOOD COLORED LAUN
dres, wahlng nnd Ironing to do at
hotnei references given. Apply 1819 N II a.
AN ABLE ADVERTISING. INSURANCE,
Pafe, Ughtnlng-rod-or Book Agent, or
Reporter, of great leavolr falro, for literary
work. Large salary. Wrlto London A Hart
f ortl Fub. CQ..N. Y.
tVANTIW M ISCKLLANnOUS.
AdrirtUimmtt untfr tU KHttt,&ur Uiuter
Utt, 26 coiti fer on ttuirfam: so emu for Urn.
A FEW DESIRABLE ROOMS, WITH
steam power, good elevator service and Brat
cUm anltonh!p. In the TOST BUILDING,
for rest at low rates to Snt-elam teaanta.
Apply to STILSON IllTCHINS, 9W Post
Building, or FRANK MAGUIRK. Superin
tendent. 1'KKSONAI,.
AdrrrtUrminU umlir thU ILtad. fenr UruiOf
tin, acmWer em iMirtlam; 50 tmtt far Mr.
NOW IH THE TIME. WE WILL TAY
"big money" for genii" first-claw see-ond-hsnd
clothing. Addreea or oall at
JUSTH'o OLD HTAND. 019 D t. n. w.
FOK SALK-UOVSliS,
AdrirtlsnninUurultrlMi fttad, fourllruior
Un, ac cinti for out uurrtum; M tmuer tArtt.
FOR 8ALE-A BARGAIN IF SOLD AT
onco;2-torT and basement brlok lMHie;
7 rooms and bath; all mod Imps; situated at
No. 4 I it n w; price f l.'SiO; terms one-third
cash, balance 1. i and 3 year. A poly
to FRANCIS HUFTY. 1801 F St n w, feff-OO
-TTOR BALE-IN ALEXANDRIA. BROOM
17 frame bouse, lust finlsblDc: nrdrantla
yard; jot lill3; snug borne: price, J MM, Ap-
ply to Ri
lUb st.
to NUUKin J. rauiisa, noom no. i, ou
FH HALE-THREE OF THE CHEAPEST
bousei la Wasblagton, 10C, 108 and lie
11th (tne; two-story tutdbaseraest, browa
stone trimmings; 7 rooms aad bath: eleetrte
bells and gas; prlco, SS.su) each. I too oasb
balasee to suit or trade for good lots.
rOlt SALB AND KUNT.
TEAL B8TATE BULLETIN
THOMAS E, WAbGAMAN. SIT F Street.
CbaEces made Wed aesdars and Saturdays.
S-.TORY BKICE AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
SALE.
ei6Istnw, bh.al.Krn fliltfO
IMS 1Mb st a w. b h. m I, W rs lijDoa
Ustbst8w,bb, 9rs &eoo
1 Mase ave n w, f fa, 6 m T.tto
Ml Uouwlirywn w,f b,8N r.Wd
Selnnw. lib. lira , tUO)
ail aad WIS Jtbt a w.bb.Srs 4.000
aaflKstnw. bb.w vxa
ltliNJavenw.f b.9 rs Wu)
lSCthUnw.bh,8r.. 10
2-bTORY BRICK AND FRAME IIOUtiBS FOB
mi tosassatstBwba. w fijsoo
13VtBW, tB,M 3XO
abanahaa w. bir m
SOLstBW, b b. Tra 3,SSfi
WUeNstB w.bb.Tr SJOO
4A1 aad MS Ridw t b w. f a. S N IW
ltfllttbitB w.fb. In UfO
lil5 4dktBw.bB.a-i..
It it sad Mssi Lawraaae mw.tktw- ijm
aadSOtaUyBW.fls,4M 1JB0
l4l5Etuw, f b tm
ONIMFHGVBD FHOfERTY FOR .i.
HttM.MXs-IFililV.-. ITS
DuBbor i v at Vaail U, Mskaa- 3Ut
btSB W lit
aeth st. bet N aad O Mtsw 1 p
ia,kt.bt faidC4aw IS
0 K,MUtsuM kiii n It
K cor Va ava aad . t a w n
Ttb at abova Siaat am a w Sfl
KB4r.KfcaB-Stat ass s
M-uat FbMMat
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mouam i .
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iwra',UH.iiu wai
iWiaktiiw.Uit. nm
saCstaw.Mn l
Sttatattaw.Ur Utt
i7UiatBw,-t ssas
Stbtaw.Ur as tf
ntJtMiv,la torn
H X 3 va w, 9n ., MSB
uuMtwBK.Nu ., saw
aniSihtBw.tM mob
W4Cw.TBtn w. Us
UiS c orouMB at a w, 11 w
1 FUwkU ave n w. S r mm
tSCuiw, In . w
117 X Y ve a w.7 M 0
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waftiw,ia oat)
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MOfiUkta w. Sea . )
b- Mu ) sala aaaastaaaa.
-trSKrit;
VaaaHasSsF swswaaaWa a sav ajsaP saaa. anaaap
sb a si BaMswaasa-! - ?
KUt kMCNriUMMj.
u4M-oiut FtiuaaBMi mum. m
ri Ha w &$. at tta fctiili '. W
jMt b w. vwrKvkiua iroo aS-
jf. V- ai omsi t-UtffY.
HER RQW A RAMfY,
la4ialTM.-.
as tt-i. .ti. n Ok.
rpiA
JL ton
wn! t re ceivoa
S!5,Sfelii
tie oawn at. (KfllPHp
,,i',.,s"ji , ' i
unit ,lnnna irtnmi kmAi
abriTe named oftlre ' nr the flea!
Inclnnasn. lBW.tnnrnWMarth
float ton um fchedn , wMeb may bpo1
t n avpneatron si i wi ?. cmn 1 1
te anwitiBSmfrd ' a eamSed (heel
drawn to th oriUr of tba Tfeanre ol
1 nited States a rminwty frr thesatifaa
fory rnHHmterit of tke oMff and me dellvw
of tha tertals jparTnw't wtll r"
fett all Mds re cettM aftfr fn time flwdrof
npenina' Hie saflMj triso all bMs whl-b no not
com pry strictly witfi all the ?qniremBts of
thl Invitation rrwpnaaK nm be InetoiM
In envelopes, Mwn and Indorsed "Proow sat
for Fnrnlhtnir anil Delivering Draft lag Jtata-
rials for Offiea of snpervmnir rcmt
T Mnrv I) Mttnent. WBMnsrtoa. D.
and addreased to JAMES B7 WI-I
fnperTNrnft Awnrwet jys.
FOK KBNT HOU3BS.
TTOR RBST-UNFU11SI8BBD-
ll n I ave n w. IT rs
1418 Ma are, IT rs am) staMe.
1411 Krtnw.lSw
1011 Conn ave, 15 rs.... 1
14th st ex . 15 rs 18
1P m st n w i J6 r. v
I808HMB w, rs i:
ISoftlMhstR w.llrs II
17ST qstn w. nrs twuo
lTPstnw,lrs 9
TI4 ilst n w, 14 rs mm
Lafayette Sowar, 15 rs....
618 K sin w, is rs.... g
1400 ch&ptn it ti w, n rs...
601 isth st n w,l rs g g
1519 aeth st n w. io rs w
15M O st n w. 11 rs JM
9?sstnw,ios sgco
BSSSstn W, 10 rs SB so
wisstnw.wr wee
lMStoughtonit,r WTO
14Stonghtonst.B rs 5QTO
1611 nifps rift ce.ors SB TO
lure -si si n w. ni wu
llll(thstnw, Mrs.. W
ir&Mst,T rs.. 45TO
1146i:thtn w.Trs 45 00
teas Kth st n w, 7 - 40 00
lHa8Pst,Trn woo
isemhstnw.8r 40 oo
S4istbtnw. 10 rs woo
lMTJSt,Tt- SO
1HI9 Ttb st n w, str ami dvrg 00
sWQstn w.Srs m 39
rfflisthstnw.srs TO
lsiSNYave. 5rs woo
Mil Lstn w.Trs
HMSSthstn w.9r.. 00
1MI Mth st n w, 8 re TO
loitsnthstnw.ors as 00
l0Riavon w.Trs TO
1SS1 10th st n w, C rs 50
oisEsts w.ers ro
law 4 at s w. o ra isro
1.101 3lst stn w,8 rs
Thoabo ihou'eseaH bo examined by per
rnlt from our office only.
THOMAS J. FISHER A CO.,
iaIFst.n. w.
F
OH RENT-TWO BRAND NBW BtX
rnom frftmci honne. hleh nnd drr Ioaa-
Hon; near chnrohsa and puttlla suliool In
Unlontown. I&autro of A. BRUHBND. tSS U
stn w
TJ
NPHECKDEIfTED ATTACTION .
OVER A MILLION UI3THIUUTEU.
L-B.S o. L..
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO.
Incorporated by tlie Legltatnro for edttoa
tlmial ami cliarltnblo tirpoe, and Ita Iran
ohlsomadeapart of the in-wentstftto Onn
stltutlon.InlgTO.byan oierwiiblminh roro-
tXK TOTE.
Its OHAND KXTRAQRDINARY DRAW
INOS take place semiannually Uuaa ami
December!, and Its G -ND SINOLK NUM
II r.U DIIAWINOS take Place In each of the
other ten months In the year, and are nil
drawn In public, at the Academy of Music,
New Orleans, La.
"We do hereby certify tliat wa supervise
the arrangements for all the Monthly and
Perot Annual Drawings of the Louisiana SUlo
Lottery Co., and In person manage awl con
trol the drawings thenwelve. and that tha
same are conducted with honesty, fairness
ami In good faith toward all parties, and we
aMthorfttt tho company tone this certificate,
with fae similes of our signatures attached.
Id Ita advertisement."
ff $
Commissioners.
We Hie undersigned backs and bankers
will pay all prise drawn In the Loalstasa
mate Lotteries which may be presented at
our counters:
II. 31. WALMSLEY. Tres't La. Nat. Bak,
P. LANAUX, Pres't State Nat. Baak.
A.HALDWIN, Pres't N. O. Nat. Hank.
CARL KOHN, Pres't Unfcn Nat. Baak.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING.
wul take plaea
AT TTIK ACADKMY OP 3IU31C.
NBW ORLEANS.
TUEfcDAY. JULY 1. 1SW.
CAPITAL PRIZE
K,0O0T1ke at S-Xf, Halvas, Slsk OaarteM,
it; TeatSs. ; TweaUaths, SI.
LIST OF PRIZB8.
1 PRIZE OF $80WO Vt 800,
i niiiE ur iwjw is
l miiZK n M JtoO 1
ipuizeof aa,eeais mjxo
ai'RIZBciOP Ukrtoare
SPR1Z8SOF 5jfMara.
5 I'RIZMiOF l.Ware
PHl-ltiOF KTOare
8t PHIZES OK 3(0 ire SgjM)
SCO PRIZQF 3tre nw,
-rraaxtaATton raM.
twrriwaof $8f are
teePrlwsaf seeare
TaaaiKiLraiaas.
waPrtaaaef SKOue
9ITiof tWare
.. Mfiae
.WfiOi
.. stvua
3.1W Pytuss araaaatatg ta S1JW
AGENTS WANfBBBVBKYWHgKsT.
(3Fob ci.vm ts or any farther 1 jstb
tkB dttMrwl writ IwtrlWy u t lutdatslaaad,
?te-rlytatiB; your iUt. with Ukata.
oitBty, Street aad Ntuabor, MotasatMn '
tura mall dUvwy will be assartsa by your
isclostaaaa eavaKHN blrlog your fall ad
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All ontlaaiy Lastasa cmutalju Postal
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PIANO-FORTES.
,;vil iiitti.a ot , urvfr la iiiittl
PlAKOh JO 8Hr
stcuud hsJ r'iaijo. i All Privs.
Wi.Kkabb & Go,
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HOUSES.
BtmssK ad rawk-a j-iiufamsffttj art Mala
fi((jias SsTW bulutaji Q mM D sej.
479 PHw, W,.
9-story f nmra l!Wi?o,wttB larM lost slttvata
on 8lxtb etrwt, between IS sfi 0 ee
977 Frta, a,W9.
3-story uvtcK lioness ctsasaaarsar rsasM
b ml bath; site of lot, lftsTB; str a (j
street sw.
466 Prrea, t,(H.
3-story and lawk bHIMlBf hrtek HwfjttrBsf,
corrtnlnftit; it) room, ail mwtsrn tmfMrs
mente; sftnt on eoraor at Nlath atal O
streets tw.
4SB rrfeis S(M.
9ttery brick row, 6 rooms asM bathj
situate on I. street, between Narth OfHol
and First streets nw.
40B Trices rasa,
3-etory brick houfc, eouUIWitp 12 ron:
all nrodern Improveraenl; sttaate Ko. 9tH
K street nw.
488 rm, tie,w.
3-etory tirlek bohs, It) rooms: site of lot,
95x196, elltftto No. 14M N tU nw.
981 rn,tia,eoo.
3-story sad basMeft; brick boat, 7
rooms ami tmtht sttnate on New Mara psalra
avenue, bet. L ami M st. aw.
460 Price, ftfm.
3-story 6-reom rtrlclt hoasct atttMte on
ClevrlsBd avct Iet, 1Mb ami lata, W atnl
Botindary.
406 Prices ti,MK).
3-stoty 0-rofli brick bottcc, oe Walfach
l'lacc.
481 Trine, t4,8W.
3-story 6-roem brick boaset sttaate on
Wallaeh l'laeo.
443 Trie, fStlOO.
3-story brick honio, eotitslnlng 11 rooms
and bath; and all modern lnprovetaeata;
altuato No. 1320 O st. n. w
480 Price, flS.eCO.
Improved property on the north Me oC
11 St., nlde front.
444 Trice, 85,0(.
A larpe stable property In a desirable lo
cation; now under lease to i-oed tenant,
payinsr 0 per cent.
317 Price, JWOO.
41M Frame Jwelllnir, Oraat av., Meant
Pleasant, 1'rtce, $7,000.
4(10 Four alley bow, eoutslnlos: 4
rooms; each rent for f 15 per raoBth. Price.
$,500.
4 SO 8-room frame house, lot 30i?J, oa Li
st.se Price, $8,000.
407 3-story ami cellar brick bott, tl
rooraa ami bath; situate oa Golttrabia
llclKbts. rrIce,$10,0CO.
Houses Ht Falls Church, Va.
A new cottage, situate oaly S at) nut ea'
walk fro- Falls Church static, W. .t O.
H. 11., Va., containing 6 rootaa, mth,
try, and trunk roots; size ot lot, lift:
pan
xl50 feet. Price, $3,100. Tarma easy.
ALSO A new cottaea, sttaata oaly S
minutes' walk from Falls ChHrsb sttKw,
". A O. H. It., Va., eooUlalaf , parior,
dlnlsg-room, kitchen, 4 bed-rooaM, bath,
eervanto' room and attic 1'rke, IMCO.
Terras easy.
Yuen nl (irouiKt orthra( ami .oulli
east. All ot Wturc WM SSc
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House In Alexandria, Va,
S-ttary brUK awatKae, U raasat, wttlt
oflice ibbx aad Urfte ta late; s4aaate oa
cor. luke aad St. Aaaph stt.; tot ThaM).
$3,b00.
3-stary aad back balUtafc dweltJaa, con
taiaiaf 13 roow aad bata; lot Ma$0, ats
ttate No. alt Prince at.
UH Prteo, HSW.
8-rtory ad back baihttast hsiek hastsa,
eoaUwag 13 roooM: MSAe ea taathiatt
cor. Prlaet) aad Patrtak He.
416 Fries, taJiU.
4-stary blk dwetUag haaia, battt ia Um
wt tatstaatlsl au asar, wwitsratair, 30
hmsm: size of let SazUS.
Sal Pffaa, WW.
3-stery aad back alsaf brick aeeaa,
roatalnraj S vacate, tsHuaia aa Calavisua
i., aear Frtaca.
m Fri,,44.
4s5 S-ttory brick dwaUtac atawa, cee
taiatac 1 rooaac aad all aaeaera iaartav
saam bwtj tbte yai - ea car.
Waahratfoa aad CiialsiBa rta., aapastt
OldChTUt t th, Atoaadria, Ta. tha
la mt bftt Hrttof JTaaaaslito Pitca,
tt.fifi T,ir-ir r In n thtm i &. a i ra
m aad two y.
WHOLE SQUARES
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